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Weekly N.H. News Roundup: Sept. 4, 2020

Just days before the September 8 primary, we take a look at themes and issues playing out among campaigns, including for Governor, U.S. Congress, Districts 1 and 2, and U.S. Senate.  We also explore aspects of the final report of the Commission on Law Enforcement Accountability, Community, and Transparency, a group formed by Governor Sununu in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing to examine issues of police training, racial bias, and commmunity relations. And we talk with the editor of The New Hampshire, the student newspaper of UNH, about a recent spike in coronavirus cases on campus and an increase in the number of students quarantined.  

Air date: Friday, Sept. 4, 2020.


  • Anna Brown -  Director of Research & Analysis for Citizens Count
  • Kevin Landrigan -  N.H. Statehouse Reporter for the New Hampshire Union Leader
  • Mary McIntyre -  Morning Edition Producer for New Hampshire Public Radio. 
  • Joshua Morrill - Editor of The New Hampshire, the student newspaper of the University of New Hampshire.


For extensive information on candidates running in the 2020 primary, visit the electionspage of Citizens Count. 

Questions about voting during the COVID-19 pandemic?  See NHPR's special voters' guide.  

Help with NHPR’s coverage of Primary Day. Write to us and tell us what your experience voting was like, whether absentee or at the polls. Send us a note at at

To listen to Roundup interviews with primary candidates, visit here

To watch WMUR candidate debates, visit here

For the latest news from UNH as classes begin during the pandemic, visit The New Hampshire

To read the final report of the Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement Accountability, Community, and Transparency, visit here.

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